You may ask yourself, what is the difference between a financial planner and financial advisor? It can get confusing because, there’s no shortage of people in the financial services industry offering their advice and expertise to help with your business and personal finances. While there are a plethora of talented individuals available to support you,
Money Lessons for Our Children In this video episode, Zaneilia Harris and her guests share money tips for our children. We share the importance of talking about finances with them so they can make better life choices. Explaining to them that the power of compound interest is the growth of money over time because of
Ms. Ashley Hill, CEO of College Prep Ready, a scholarship search strategist who is passionate about teaching incoming and current college students how to pay less for college. She is a big proponent of building, nurturing, and deepening relationships. This is what led to success in her corporate career. Her key money tips are:
Women Inspire Me Honoring Women during Women’s History Month and throughout the year is an important part of my practice as a woman CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™. I have gained such wisdom and insight by listening to their stories. After hearing the powerful testimonies of women from my practice and the community, it inspired me to
Has an embarrassing situation ever stopped you from moving forward financially? I’ve been listening to all the chatter about Monica Lewinsky and it’s inspired me to talk about how an emotional travesty can derail your finances. OK, maybe your situation wasn’t an affair with a head of state. But your experience may have been just
It all began in 1981 when Congress authorized a week dedicated to acknowledging the contributions of women to America’s history. As women, we have achieved great feats from becoming airplane pilots (Amelia Earhart), astronauts (Sally Ride and Mae Jamison), congressional representatives (Jeannette Rankin and Shirley Chisholm), millionaires (Madame CJ Walker), and each day more stories
February is the month of love, so it’s a great opportunity to share some money stories around relationships. As you may know, finance is one of the major reasons why couples get divorced. Why? Well, based on my own relationship with my husband, I’ve found it’s because he and I have different experiences with money.